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Topic: Migration: Username instead of email address

==== REQUIRED BASIC INFO OF YOUR IREDMAIL SERVER ====
- iRedMail version (check /etc/iredmail-release):
- Deployed with downloadable installer?
- Linux/BSD distribution name and version: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
- Store mail accounts in MySQL
- Web server Nginx
- Manage mail accounts with iRedAdmin-Pro? No

I'm moving a dozen or more domains from another system. We've been doing email since 1994, or earlier.

I personally have always preferred, and known, "any" username to be true 2 key authentication instead of email address or the first part of the email address. Why throw away 2 part authentication?

My question is, can this be done in iRedMail and how?

Thanks, my installation was virtually flawless and other than this one item, this is a damn fine project.

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Re: Migration: Username instead of email address

What does "2 key authentication" mean? Is it 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication)?

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Re: Migration: Username instead of email address

Yeah. I didn't have enough coffee. And I'm old. lol

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

What does "2 key authentication" mean? Is it 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication)?

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Re: Migration: Username instead of email address

- SOGo groupware offers 2FA out of box.
- For Roundcube webmail, you need third-party plugin instead.

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Re: Migration: Username instead of email address

Thank you. However, would that interfere with iRedMail updates?

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

- SOGo groupware offers 2FA out of box.
- For Roundcube webmail, you need third-party plugin instead.

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Re: Migration: Username instead of email address

For SOGo, it's ok since it's a builtin feature.
For Roundcube, you have to track its compatibility with the new Roundcube release.

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